His worshipers want him to manifest in the mortal world, so he can make them wealthy and knowledgeable. He is said to very obedient to Lucifer. While inhabiting the body of Charlie , King Paimon is shown to be confused and disconnected from reality. Though he has a cult of devout, lifelong followers, he himself is not shown to seek a life on Earth. In actuality, he is perpetually out-of-place and scared from what he is witnessing through Charlie's eyes. According to Alex Wolff , who portrays Peter , Paimon's mortal ineptitude is interpreted as mental illness by the world. According to texts, in his own form, King Paimon is said to be a human-looking entity who wears a great crown and rides a dromedary.
What does Paimon actually represent?
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Who is King Paimon?
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King Paimon appears as the ninth spirit in the Goetia ,  the twenty-second spirit in the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum ,  and in the Dictionnaire Infernal. The Goetia , Weyer, and de Plancy warn that if King Paimon appears alone, a sacrifice must be made to summon Bebal and Abalam, two kings who serve under him but do not always accompany him. These three sources state that he rules legions of spirits, some of which are of the order of Angels and the rest Powers. Critical editions of the Lesser Key of Solomon list him as a former Dominion. Practising occultist Carroll "Poke" Runyon suggests that the name ultimately derives from "a Middle Eastern Pagan Goddess", on the grounds that some manuscripts depict King Paimon as a young man riding a camel, and that the name "Paimon" purportedly meant "a tinkling sound" in an unspecified language, in turn a claimed reference to Isis. Sloane MS and the Liber Officiorum Spirituum describe him as having a "Hoarse Voice,"      and those works, Weyer, and the Goetia note that he must be commanded to speak plainly,        with the Liber Officiorum Spirituum specifying that King Paimon will speak in his native language until commanded to converse in the summoner's own language. The Goetia , Weyer, Livre des Esperitz , and the Liber Officiorum Spirituum all describe him as teaching science and answering other questions.